In sport’s elite, the difference between winning and losing, success and failure, is small.
In the pursuit of closing that gap, athletes and their coaches have traditionally worked hard to achieve improvements in each discipline, such as sports science, biomechanics, strength and conditioning, physiology, psychology, recovery, and nutrition.
However, nothing in athletic performance works in isolation; it requires a multi-disciplinary approach. And this is the principle of performance science.
Performance science systematically integrates existing knowledge, latest practices and advanced technologies into a new methodology. The result is athletes with the potential to be faster, stronger, more agile, more resilient and more competitive for more years.
From indoor sports, such as basketball and volleyball, to outdoor sports like rugby league and soccer, and even action sports such as surfing and downhill mountain bike, from amateurs to Olympic gold medallists, performance science is becoming the science trusted by sport’s elite.